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Worthing College

Worthing College
Established 1973
Type Sixth form college
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Mr Peter Corrigan
Location

1 Sanditon Way
Worthing
West Sussex
BN14 9FD
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Local authority West Sussex
DfE URN 130845 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducation
Website Worthing College
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Worthing College on the former site

Worthing College is a further education college.

The College is situated in Broadwater, in the town of Worthing on the south coast of England.

History

Grammar school

The school directly descends from the former Worthing High School for Boys on Bolsover Road, also known as Worthing Grammar School. It had been on that site since 1963, changing to a sixth form college in 1974. Worthing High School for Boys had opened on Broadwater Road in 1924.

The girls' grammar school, Gaisford Girls' High School, previously Worthing High School for Girls, located on a separate site in Gaisford Road, became Worthing High School in 1974. At the same time Worthing Technical High School became Durrington High School.

In July 2013 the college relocated to a new campus at 1 Sanditon Way, which was converted from Aviva's Regional Headquarters.

Admissions

It offers a range of courses and facilities for sixth form students, adult students, those in employment and visiting international students, offering over 65 AS/A Level & BTEC courses.

Worthing College has classrooms and laboratories, 8 Learning Zones designed to develop independent learning skills, a Performing Arts Centre known as the Sealight Theatre, Art and Design, Media and Film Studies. It has a Sports Academy and an on site fitness gym, open to all students and staff.

Academic performance

A 2013 Ofsted report said the college requires improvement in several areas.[1] The College has recently recorded its best ever A Level Results with a 97.3% Pass Rate, which is 1% above the national average.[citation needed]

Notable alumni

Worthing High School for Boys

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